• A theft estimated at $40,000 in jewelry and coins was reported at 1:39 p.m., Saturday, Oct. 22. A Knox County Sheriff’s Office unit responded to a Spring Water Lane residence. Complainant/victim said she had employed the suspect between March 2021 and April 2022. “During this time, victim never noticed any items missing from her house,” the report stated. On Wednesday, Oct. 19, victim noticed a whole box of gold pocket watches, a box of jewelry and several cold coins missing from her closet. Victim said she inherited the items from her uncle.

• At 11:34 a.m., Friday, Oct. 29, a complainant called KCSO Teleserve Unit to report a theft from Weigel’s, 610 N. Campbell Station Road. Complainant advised the victim is an employee at the store and advised the theft was discovered when a customer pointed out a purse was in the trash bin. She advised suspect information was obtained from the security footage. Victim said several charges from Turkey Creek Walmart had been made on her Chime credit card for $270.94, a declined charge for $544 and an unknown amount on her ORNL card.

• At 1:20 p.m., Thursday, Oct. 28, officers were dispatched to the Super 8 motel (11748 Snyder Road) for a trespassing call. Suspect refused to leave the property after the business asked her to leave. Suspect has several health conditions and had several oxygen bottles with her. “Officers made several attempts to find other locations/programs that would house the suspect, but it was discovered she had exhausted all of her options for failing to follow rules at those locations,” the report stated.

While officers were on scene, the suspect said she was having chest pains. AMR and Rural Metro arrived on scene to evaluate the suspect. A records check revealed the suspect had an outstanding warrant for obstructing a highway/roadway. Suspect was transported to University of Tennessee Medical Center by AMR for further evaluation. Dispatch contacted the hospital to place a hold on the suspect.

• At 9:15 a.m., Oct. 28, a complainant called KCSO Teleserve Unit to report vandalism at Concord Hills playground, 10731 Farragut Hills Blvd. Complainant said the playground is not in good shape and he roped off the playground, placed signs around it and put a lock on the gate to deter residents from the property. He discovered the ropes, signage, lock and latch were cut down and removed from the playground. “The complainant is worried children will play on the damaged playground and become injured,” the report stated. “The complainant is concerned if he replaces the safety items, they will be damaged and removed again.” Complainant informed Town of Farragut. Officials instructed him to file a police report. Total value of damage was listed at $100.